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Boston Municipal Election Guide Nov. 5

The City of Boston Municipal Election is Tuesday, November 5, 2019.

The election includes Councilor seats for each district, as well as citywide At-Large seats and a nonbinding public opinion advisory question. Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

These are the polling locations serving most North End / Waterfront residents:

  • Christopher Columbus Apartments, 145 Commercial Street (Precinct 1)
  • Nazzaro Community Center, 30 North Bennett Street (Precincts 2 & 3)
  • Casa Maria Apartments, 130 Endicott St. (Precinct 4, formerly was 41 N. Margin St. – KoC)
  • Harbor Towers / Rowes Wharf / Downtown (Precinct 6) votes at City Hall

Not sure which precinct you’re in? Enter your street address here to find out!

Below is the full list of candidates and this cycle’s ballot question. Of the eight candidates running for At-Large seats (narrowed down from 15 in the preliminary election), four will be elected. Learn more about the At-Large candidates in the Boston Globe.

Current District 1 city councilor Lydia Edwards (North End, East Boston, and Charlestown) is running unopposed. In our neighboring districts, Ed Flynn is running unopposed in District 2 (Beacon Hill, South End, Chinatown, and South Boston). Two candidates are vying for the District 8 seat – Priscilla Kenzie Bok and Jennifer Ann Nassour, as Councilor Josh Zakim is not running for reelection. Use this map to see a breakdown of districts and current councilors.

If you are voting by absentee ballot, be sure to submit an application by November 4, 2019 at 12 p.m. by mail or in person at the Election Department in City Hall. In person absentee voting is available in the Election Department during regular business hours as well as on Saturday, November 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. If voting absentee by mail, the completed ballot must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.

Visit www.boston.gov/departments/election for more information.